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Setup code to check with Proton TV is 1288. If you wish to get more detail about which brand remote control have setup codes to Proton TVs, check these sites.
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The Protron PLTV-32 only has an analog tuner (NTSC). So you need a digital to analog converter to watch OTA programming. A basic d-t-a converter will give you Standard Definition output (480i) (either on the TVs antenna in or the composite in inputs).
Since the TV can show a high definition signal (720p), you could also use an HD tuner set top box. However, these are significantly more expensive than the $40-70 SD converter boxes that were sold for purchase with the government coupon last year. Alternatively you can use a DVR with a tuner as your set top box (computer with a tuner card) to the VGA or DVI inputs on the TV.
U want free air DTV?Yes,have a good Digital antena or a roof antena hood up to ur tv.Goto the tv menu.Goto SETUP go down to Ch.setup enter and pick AIR not CABLE.Enter it again for scanning for DTV free air channels.After done the scanning u should have all the free DTV free air channels.
Your question is confusing. If you have cable, you don't need a DTV converter box.
If your cable company has switched to digital cable, they will provide you a box, and the cable should go from the wall into the box, then into your TV.
If you don't have cable but instead rely on an antenna, then the wire will go from the antenna into the DTV box, then from the DTV box into the back of the TV. If you're using a regular coaxial cable to go from the DTV box into the television, the TV should be set to channel 3. If you're using the red-yellow-white RCA wires between the DTV box and the television, the TV must be tuned to "Aux," "Line In," "Input Select," or whatever it's labeled on your particular set.
funny that no one's been able to help you, because I accidentally discovered that the power supply cord for my computer worked for my Protron PLTV-32C lcd... not sure if your model is different in someway, but you may want to try the cord from your own PC first, and if it works.